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19.01.2018 - Year 3 were all outside in the fresh air wearing our green clothes first thing this morning! It certainly blew away the cobwebs creating healthy minds and bodies!

18.01.2018 - Tasting different varieties of bread for Cornerstones to learn about new foods.

18.01.2018 - Using a new approach to learning how to divide has created some fantastic talking opportunities and great partner work this week.

18.01.2018 - Mmmmmm! It was yummy to try new and interesting vegetables today! The children loved the celeriac mash...Scrumdiddlyumptious!

16.01.2018 - PSHE was reminding us that there are No Outsiders at Alston Primary School. We listened to a story called 'The Hueys and the New Jumper' and discussed how it feels to be different and how others can make you have positive or negative feelings through their behaviour.

16.01.2018 - In RE this week we heard the story of 'The Black Stone' as part of our disposition about being fair and just.

15.01.2018 - Planning our food poems with inspiration from poet Spike Milligan's 'On the Ning Nang Nong' published in 1959.

15.01.2018 and 16.01.2018 Our memorable experience for our new topic was our walk to ALDI this week. The children learnt all about fruit,vegetables and bread by looking at the wide choice in the shop. They learnt about where the fruit and vegetables come from and how we can find out by looking at the labels on packaging.

12.01.2018 - Collective Worship - Happy New Year! What's your resolution? The children have been thinking of theirs today.

11.01.2018 - Collective Worship - There is Only One You has inspired all of the children when painting their stones. We are being mindful about how unique each one of us is.

11.01.2018 - Our UNICEF Outright work continues with us learning that the rights of refugee children need to be changed so that they can be with their extended family members such as grandparents.

10.01.2018 - A fruitastic start to our Cornerstones topic 'Scrumdiddlyumptious'.

09.01.2018 - RE this week started us thinking about the journey a refugee family might have to take. We watched a video about a Christian family and how it took them eight years from leaving The Congo to reaching the UK.
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